WhatsApp Gets A Billion Users Every Day

WhatsApp Gets A Billion Users Every Day

WhatsApp Gets A Billion Users Every Day

Not just that, WhatsApp has also reported that the service has over a billion monthly active users.

The company in a blog post said "Just a year ago, we shared that one billion people around the world use WhatsApp every month". The apps sees over 55 billion messages being shared every day, of which over 1 billion are video messages alone, and over 4.5 billion messages are just photos. Facebook had shelled out $19 billion to buy out WhatsApp. This will let users pull back messages that have been already sent.

This feature to will be similar to the "recall" functionality said to be coming to WhatsApp soon. "We are humbled that so many people are using these new features to connect with one another in their own special way", the company posted on their blog post.

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WhatsApp users have been warned of fake messages being sent to scam people of their bank details.

Kaizala also allows users to create polls, documents, conduct surveys and share the results on the groups onece task is completed. WhatsApp's growth has seen the company looking for professional to help them monetize the app as it is now not that monetized. WhatsApp's Status feature that is pretty much the same thing as Snapchat's Stories has 250million daily active users whereas Snapchat itself has only 166 million daily users of the entire app. This only goes to show how popular WhatsApp really is and how people are taking advantage of the service effectively across the globe. "We're going to keep improving and giving you more ways to share", the company further added. The new update can be downloaded from Android's Play Store. In the app, WhatsApp will verify the companies and while creating a business account, the companies will not be able to change the name but only the profile pictures.

"WhatsApp has demonstrated significant engagement with crossing a billion daily actives".

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